Hot weather with rains throughout the country for this Wednesday

The meteorological report indicates that this day the weather will be cloudy, with winds from the southeast and hot.

Also, some showers and occasional thunderstorms are expected during the morning and afternoon in much of the country.

The most important precipitations could occur in the south, southeast and east of the Eastern Region.

In Asunción and the metropolitan area a maximum temperature of 34ºC is expected, while in the North 36ºC is expected.

In the East and the South the maximums will reach 32ºC and 33ºC and in the Paraguayan Chaco 37ºC is expected.

The extended forecast indicates that the weather conditions will continue in a similar way for this Thursday, while by Friday it would already be improving.

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La Jornada – New Cold Front will cause low temperatures in northern states

Mexico City. During this night and early in the morning, front number 35 will continue stationary over the Gulf of Mexico and the southeast of the national territory, it will interact with a low pressure channel on the Yucatan Peninsula, generating occasional heavy rains (from 25 to 50 millimeters [mm]) in Puebla, Quintana Roo, Tamaulipas, the central mountainous area of ​​Veracruz and Yucatán.

The mass of cold air associated with the front will cause a North event, with gusts of 60 to 70 kilometers per hour (km / h) and waves of 1 to 3 meters of significant height on the coast of Tamaulipas and Veracruz; as well as fogs in the north, northeast, east and southeast and minimum temperatures below 0 degrees Celsius in 11 states of Mexico.

On the other hand, instability at high levels of the atmosphere in interaction with the polar jet current, generate strong winds with gusts of 70 to 90 km / h in Chihuahua, Durango, the Baja California Peninsula, Sonora and Zacatecas, and the probability of the fall of sleet or snow in the mountains of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas.

Wind gusts of 50 km / h will continue in western, central and Valley of Mexico regions, generated by the subtropical jet stream.

Forecast for tomorrow

A new cold front and the arctic air mass that accompanies it will interact with instability in the upper atmosphere, originating the Ninth Winter Storm over the north and northeast of Mexico; These systems will cause a marked drop in temperature, in addition to heavy snowfalls in mountainous areas of Chihuahua, Durango, Coahuila, Nuevo León, Sonora and Tamaulipas.

Likewise, wind is forecast with gusts of 100 to 120 km / h and dust storms in Chihuahua and Durango; gusts of 70 to 90 km / h and dust storms: Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas; gusts of 60 to 70 km / h in the Gulf of California and with dust dusts in Baja California, Baja California Sur, San Luis Potosí, Sonora and Zacatecas; gusts of 50 to 60 km / h in Aguascalientes, Mexico City, State of Mexico, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Puebla, Querétaro and Tlaxcala; in addition to high swells of 1 to 3 meters of significant height on the western coast of Baja California, the coast of Tamaulipas and the north of Veracruz.

A low pressure channel will cause heavy occasional rains, accompanied by electric shocks and strong gusts of wind in Chihuahua, Coahuila and Sonora, and showers (from 5.1 to 25 mm) in Durango, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas, Veracruz and Yucatán and isolated rains (from 0.1 to 5.0 mm) in Campeche, Chiapas, Nuevo León and San Luis Potosí.

Temperatures of -15 to -10 degrees Celsius are estimated in the Chihuahua, Coahuila and Durango mountains; from -10 to 5 degrees Celsius in the mountains of Aguascalientes, Sonora and Zacatecas, from -5 to 0 degrees Celsius in mountain regions of the State of Mexico, Hidalgo, Puebla, San Luis Potosí and Tlaxcala, and from 0 to 5 degrees Celsius in the mountains of Baja California, Mexico City, Guanajuato, northern Jalisco, Nuevo León, Oaxaca, Tamaulipas and Veracruz. In the states mentioned there is a probability of frost.

During the afternoon, maximum temperatures of 40 to 45 degrees Celsius are expected in Guerrero and Michoacán, and 35 to 40 degrees Celsius in Campeche, Chiapas, Guerrero, Morelos, Michoacán, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo, Tabasco and Yucatán.

The population is urged to stay informed about weather conditions through the internet pages www.gob.mx/conagua Y https://smn.conagua.gob.mx, on Twitter accounts @conagua_mx Y @conagua_climate, and from Facebook www.facebook.com/conaguamx, as well as in the application for mobile devices ConaguaClima, where you can check the forecast by municipality.

The special weather forecast for areas where hospitals serving COVID-19 are located is available at the link https://smn.conagua.gob.mx/es/pronostico-meteorologico-covid-19.

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They forecast light rains from this Friday in Tijuana – Local News, Police, about Mexico and the World | The Sun of Tijuana

Tijuana.- The head of the State Civil Protection Directorate (DEPC), José Salvador Cervantes Hernández, announced that there is the possibility of light rains mainly for the coastal area, starting this Friday afternoon, and that these probabilities would increase this weekend.

“As of this Friday afternoon there is a 20 percent probability of rain for Tijuana, Rosarito and Ensenada beaches, mainly, but for Saturday it increases to 40 in the same municipalities, in addition to cloudy accompanied by a decrease in temperature, ”explained the state official.

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Cervantes Hernández said that it is important that people remain aware of weather conditions and drive with caution, especially on highway sections where rain is recorded, especially since it is expected that in some areas runoff will be recorded.

“Therefore the call to be attentive to the recommendations issued by State Civil Protection on its page at Facebook”, Concluded the state official.

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Yellow alert for rain, wind, storm and hail

The Uruguayan Institute of Meteorology (Inumet) issued a yellow alert for the northeast of the country.

Due to an atmospheric disturbance that is affecting the country, it is expected that rainfall. Some can be punctually intense in short periods.

In addition, as detailed from the institute, you can register isolated storms, an occasional hail fall, intense electrical activity and strong gusts of wind.

The main affected localities are: the department of Cerro Largo; Cerro Chato, in Florida; June 19, José Batlle y Ordoñez, José Pedro Varela y Zapicá, in Lavalleja; Amarillo, Arroyo Blanco, Cerrillada, Cerro Pelado, La Puente, Las Flores, Moirones, Paso Hospital and Vichadero, in Rivera; July 18, Barra del Chuy, Cebollati, Chuy, La Coronilla, Lascano, Puimayen and San Luis, in Rocha; Caraguata, Las Toscas, Pueblo de Barro and Punta de Carretera, in Tacuarembó; and the entire department of Treinta y Tres.

The alert will be updated at 00:00 this Tuesday.

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Economic havoc on restaurants after winter storms and restrictions – Telemundo San Diego (20)

SAN DIEGO – The latest winter storm wreaked havoc in the area, and for some local business owners the rain was one more hurdle to tackle in the pandemic.

Rain is great news for the drought in this county, but not for most local restaurants as they can only serve their customers outdoors.

“This ‘roller coaster’ is terrible because when we barely recover comes this weather that scares customers because no one wants to sit outside,” said Maya Kanarek, owner of Grater Greens in Mission Valley.

Kanarek told TELEMUNDO 20 that he has noticed a 65% reduction in profits since the pandemic began, due to orders to stay at home and not be able to operate as before.

The weather conditions in recent days have not been optimal for local businesses in the region, especially those that can only serve their customers abroad.

“When I see that the weather is going to be like this, I say to see who is going to eat salad today,” Kanarek said, pointing to their tables and chairs wet under a temperature of 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

And it is that many small businesses continue day after day experiencing great uncertainty about the future of their facilities, especially those that have been investing in them.

“I have spent about $ 3,000 and time. I just bought this new tent, I want to put grass on it, but we are uncertain because at art they tell you no longer. What we want is to work,” said Victor Valencia, owner of Casa Victoria in Chula Vista .

The increase in COVID-19 cases, the discovery of new strains and the lack of immunization in the majority of the population, are some of the reasons why businesses continue in the limbo of uncertainty.

The good news is that there is still hope for local business owners, as applications for the payroll protection payment will remain open until March 31. It is recommended that you check with your accountant before ordering.

As for the California Relief Fund, the San Diego Hispanic Chamber of Commerce can help you apply for free. Visited SDCHCC to schedule an appointment and get more information.

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Unusual rains in January in Chile

By Margarita Bastías

(ANSA) – SANTIAGO DEL CILE, 30 GEN – The Chilean capital accumulated 30.4 millimeters of rainfall during an unusual frontal system in the middle of the southern summer called “atmospheric river” that affects seven regions of the country that lives more than a decade of serious drought

The precipitation in one day is similar to the 35 millimeters that fell on July 11, 2018, although it was in one of the two historically rainiest months of the southern winter

Today Ricardo Toro, director of the National Emergency Office (Onemi), reported that “although during the day, this frontal system will decline, there will be a second pulse at 6:00 p.m. (21 GMT), which although it is less than last night, it will accumulate with respect to what rained all night “

He reiterated the call to the population “not to go to the mountain and foothill areas, that this event continues its course during this weekend, and it is recommended that precautions be taken for this purpose”

Arnaldo Zúñiga, from the Chilean Meteorological Directorate, explained that “the most active sector of the frontal system has already passed, the precipitation ranges were within what was expected, although it accumulated a little more this morning, in Santiago 30.4 mm were registered”

“It is a historical value, from 1950 onwards, the highest precipitation in a day,” he said.

In the south of Chile it rained with more concentrated precipitation “in the mountains, and gradually diminishing towards the coast”

“There were still high amounts of precipitation, some stations easily added up to 60 mm in the valley area, up to the Biobío region”, 500 kilometers south of Santiago

Zúñiga stressed that the second pulse this afternoon “will be much lower compared to last night, it will be more unstable and the presence of electrical storms from the Valparaíso region to the Biobío is not ruled out.” In total, 15 to 20 millimeters of rain should not be exceeded

The rain caused interruptions in the electricity supply, so companies have been instructed to reinforce brigades to attend to emergencies

The Superintendency of Sanitation Services reported that there have been no outages or damage to the sewer systems due to the rains

He called for “the efficient and responsible use of drinking water, prioritizing human consumption and postponing non-essential activities, such as irrigation, car washing and street washing” so that “the drinking water backup system, which is already in operation, can maintain its duration “

The mayor of the metropolitan region, Felipe Guevara, explained that “the isotherm, the limit from where the snow starts and the water begins, was very high, over 3,000 meters last night.

Where snow falls, last night water fell and washed the hill. That mud fell into the water course and caused turbidity, which prevents it from being taken out of the river and delivered “

He stressed that “if we did not have the ponds we would not have water at this time, it would have stopped being produced since it is not possible to capture water from the Maipo River”

The city of Santiago is supplied by 80% of drinking water from the Maipo River, so the rains that are forecast for this afternoon could increase the turbidity of the river

Guevara pointed out that in Pirque “the ponds that have been filled for emergencies like this one are bearing fruit and allow autonomy of 34 hours of drinking water.” 10 years ago, the autonomy of supply lasted only 11 hours

In the midst of inclement weather, the capital experienced hours of anguish as a result of the fire that occurred on the floor where the boilers of the San Borja Hospital are located, forcing the evacuation of patients, without causing any victims to regret. (ANSA)

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The storm arrived and left the streets impassable in Rivadavia Banda Sur

January 28, 2021 – 00:54
The storm on Tuesday morning left consequences in the town and the places

Residents of Rivadavia Banda Sur contacted the El Tribuno newsroom to publicize the state of the town’s streets after the last rain that occurred a few hours ago.

They sent images that are eloquent about the state of the main street and other arteries that show the effects of a rain that was minimal, but that was enough to cause serious damage and problems in traffic. The streets became practically impassable as the images show.


“The storm arrived early Tuesday morning and it rained very little. The drought continues and the rains have not yet been abundant, but they have been enough to reveal the lack or total absence of public works that are activated only when the elections approach ”, said the neighbors.


A separate paragraph deserves the comments on the neighborhood roads in the municipality that are “a real disaster” and that leave the residents who live in the places directly isolated. “The heaviest rains have not yet arrived, but we know that the lack of maintenance will also bring serious problems in those places,” they anticipated.


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They declare a state of emergency due to the arrival of a winter storm – Telemundo Fresno

MADERA, California – The Madera County Sheriff declared a local state of emergency as a result of heavy rains triggered by the winter storm hitting much of northern and central California.

On Tuesday afternoon, county officials issued an evacuation warning ahead of possible mudslides and debris in the areas that were scorched by the Creek Fire.

Although according to the authorities, the landslides are not expected to damage buildings or homes, they warned that roads could be damaged, leaving hundreds of people trapped until emergency services can clear the roads.

The bailiff indicated that the resources they have are limited, so he asks the population not to leave their homes and avoid being exposed to the elements.

So far this storm, several people have had to be rescued after being trapped.

Yesterday, two missing campers were located after several hours of searching by CHP agents in the Bass Lake Vista area.

“We cannot emphasize how important it is to limit recreational travel during this storm season. This great storm occurs immediately after a high-impact wind event that caused significant damage to our entire mountain community, ”said the authorities.

“When agents and resources are tied up trying to reach someone who drove their vehicle in conditions they shouldn’t, those resources are not available to help mothers, fathers, children and grandparents who have medical emergencies and need transportation to a hospital. ”They added.

Checking your tires, replacing your windshields, and making sure your car is in prime condition for hitting the road could help you avoid an accident.

If ratified, the order will allow more resources to be allocated to face the contingency and repair the damage caused by the storm.

If you need to report downed trees or power lines, you can call 559-675-7770.

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Bad weather does not give truce to Baja California with snowfall and strong winds

Snowfall, rain and strong gusts of wind in the coastal area of Baja California, that includes Tijuana and Tecate, They left 76 accidents, 16 injured and two people dead, as well as flooded areas, fallen trees and signs, and the temporary closure of road sections.

In Tijuana, the Municipal Security and Citizen Protection Secretariat (SSPCM) reported that among the traffic events, the cases of three collisions with fixed objects and one exit from the road stand out, resulting in two fatalities and three injured people.

Meanwhile, over the course of Saturday and early Sunday morning, elements of the SSPCM provided attention to four crashes against a fixed object, three run over, six road exits, as well as six rollovers in different parts of the city.

As a result of these incidents, there were 13 injured and two deaths from being run over; also in the breathalyzer filters installed in strategic points, on the night of Saturday, January 23, three people were arrested for drunkenness.

The rains and strong winds will continue in the region, so the community is recommended to be cautious when driving, not to cross streams, to check the mechanical conditions of your car, as well as to keep warm; if not necessary, avoid leaving the house to prevent a cold or contagion by covid-19, “said the head of the SSPCM dispatch, Juan Valdés Moreno.

Among the relevant events is the one that occurred on Saturday afternoon, where the uniformed officers attended a crash on Díaz Ordaz Boulevard, caused by a truck driver hitting a patrol car, since the former did not keep his distance while driving, leaving only material damage to the municipal unit.

In another event, the police officers went to Avenida Padre Kino and Vía Rápida Oriente, where the driver of a car collided with the driver of a bicycle that was traveling transversally to the circulation of the road, which caused at the time of the collision, that the body was raised and when falling it lost its life.

Added to this is the run over by a pedestrian on Avenida Internacional, on the corner with Avenida Revolución, in the Downtown Zone; Due to the untimely crossing on the high-traffic road, the pedestrian, a man of approximately 40 years, lost his life.

Regarding road communication, the National Guard ordered the closure of upward traffic to La Rumorosa, at kilometer 20, in the place known as El Centinela, to avoid risks to vehicle drivers.

The administrator of the La Rumorosa Highway Trust (FIARUM), Carlos Gómez, reported that the descending direction is open, but precautions are recommended because the bearing folder is very slippery, so with the changing weather conditions, the authorities will They see the need to order the temporary closure of vehicular traffic in one or both directions, mainly in the El Hongo-La Rumorosa section.

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Hot Monday, very humid and with rains throughout the country

The meteorological report indicates that for this day, the weather will be hot and with rains throughout the national territory.

According to the report, the sky will remain cloudy, with winds from the northeast and the humidity in the environment is 90%, causing a feeling of discomfort.

The rains would appear in a scattered manner during the morning, while thunderstorms are expected between the afternoon and night of this Monday.

For Asunción and the metropolitan area a maximum of 29ºC is expected and for the North of the country 32ºC is expected.

In the East and South, the maximum is expected to reach 30ºC, while in the Paraguayan Chaco it will be 36ºC.

According to the extended forecast, this Tuesday an organized storm system could enter that will considerably affect the southern part of the territory; while in the rest of the country, scattered rainfall will persist.

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